Journal or Conference Title
Journal of International Business and Economy
Barowsky School of Business
The United States seeks to increase and expand exports to emerging markets. The majority of U.S. firms (98 percent) are small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) with only 1 percent engaging in exporting. The Federal and State Governments encourage SMEs to expand exporting through the National Export Initiative (NEI) and NEI/NEXT initiatives. This paper examines NEI’s progress and strategies by leading U.S. exporting states, export activity to BRICSA, states’ alignment with NEI and the extent to which NEI has facilitated federal and state collaboration. Further, it reviews NEI/NEXT objectives and strategies to internationalize U.S. business practices.
Ghosh, Jayati; Lucy, Denise M.; and Lepage, Françoise O., "Synchonizing U.S. States' Strategic Plans to Increase Exports To Emerging Markets" (2016). Collected Faculty and Staff Scholarship. 236.
Originally published as Jayati Ghosh, Denise M. Lucy, and Francoise O. Lepage. (2016). Synchonizing U.S. states’ strategic plans to increase exports to emerging markets. Journal of International Business and Economy, 17(1). 1 -20. http://www.i-jibe.org/